HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Tua Tagovailoa threw four more touchdown passes Saturday en route to another Alabama blowout, helping the Crimson Tide top Texas A&M 47-28.
The victory brings Alabama to 6-0, but for Tagovailoa, it’ll likely be remembered for another milestone ― the night he passed A.J. McCarron and became Alabama’s all-time leading touchdown passer.
He did it on a first quarter rocket to receiver Jaylen Waddle, a 31-yard score that was one of two Tide touchdowns from Tua in the first quarter.
With four scores on the night, Tagovailoa remains the nation’s leader (29) in touchdown passes ― though he was also intercepted for the first time this season.